Report: TR 2016/33
This report covers the calendar year of 2015 and follows the format of the previous data report (Tulagi, 2015).
To effectively manage water quality, the Waikato River monitoring programme addresses the following questions:
The monitoring information allows the Council to:
This dataset is invaluable for the evaluation of the Waikato River: its state, the pressures on it and its response to these pressures. We need to continue to gather comprehensive, reliable, and good quality data on the Waikato River to protect and enhance its values into the future.
This report is the 25th since the re-design of the Waikato River Monitoring Programme (WARIMP) implemented in 1989.
|1.3||Water quality guidelines and standards||2|
|2||The Waikato River monitoring programme design||3|
|2.3||Water quality parameters||4|
|2.4||Quality control, data storage and analysis||5|
|3.1||Waikato River Monitoring Programme||5|
|Routine Water Quality Monitoring||5|
|Key Parameter Graphs||5|
|Comparison with Water Quality Standards||5|
|5 Yearly Trace Metal Analysis Raw Data||5|
|Diurnal variation of selected water quality parameters||29|
|Water quality parameters||45|
|Guidelines and standards||45|